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The 1984 Chevron ruling established a judicial doctrine of deference to certain administrative agency actions. Philip Hamburger and Gillian Metzger of discuss the future of “Chevron deference” at . We the People podcast:
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: Historian of examines the Founders’ debates over slavery and the Constitution. Full video:
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Thank you to and for joining us today! Watch the full event here:
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"The more we criminalize immigration, the more power we are conceding to organized crime that actually takes control of these immigrants."
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"I think it’s a horrible situation that needs to be fixed immediately. It’s inhumane, it’s cruel, and it’s irrational. It’s really embarrassing for American history." discusses family separation in the U.S.
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What is the most worrying aspect about the NAFTA negotiations? : "The Mexican export of vehicles."
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"In order to be respected, try to be respectful as well." shares his thoughts on President Trump's relationship with Mexico.
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Are you watching? interviews former Mexican President at . WATCH LIVE:
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"We are living in a very polarized environment. One of the things that I admired most in American politics used to be the middle ground … That middle ground has disappeared, and the same with Mexico."
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. discusses social rights in the Mexican constitution.
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"The poorest families suffered a lot from health problems, and it becomes economic tragedies for those families." discusses his support for universal healthcare.
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in 1780, Revolutionary War hero Benedict Arnold turned his back on his country in a secret meeting with a top British official. Constitution Daily:
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WATCH LIVE: A conversation with former Mexican president . This event is presented in partnership with . Livestream:
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“Chevron has been implicated in important constitutional debates surrounding the modern administrative state and separation of powers.” Catch up on the latest podcast episode from : Podcast: Should Be Overturned?
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UP NEXT: joins for a conversation on democracy and constitutionalism in the United States and Mexico. This event is presented in partnership with . August 21 tickets:
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. discusses his new book, The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure, during tonight’s sold out . Full video:
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"We can’t be angry at a generation of students who don’t understand the very sophisticated idea behind freedom of inquiry and freedom of speech if nobody has ever explained it to them."
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"We do think that some of the anxiety and depression is what leads to that exaggerated sense of threat that leads you to see words as being inherently threatening."
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"There was no coincidence that things seemed to change so much in 2013 and 2014." discusses anxiety, social media, free speech, and the "internet generation."
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“On campus, there is a sense that if someone is offended then something has to be done about it.”
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